|NASA SCI Files - Mirrors, Reflection, and Refraction - NASA LaRC Office of Education|
NASA Why? Files segment exploring the way light bends and bounces.
Keywords: Michelle Shinn; Laser; Bounce; Reflection; Mirror; Refraction; Liquid Nitrogen; Speed Of Light; Concave; Convex; Lens
|NASA Destination Tomorrow - DT4 - Wind Tunnels - NASA LaRC Office of Education|
NASA Destination Tomorrow Segment describing wind tunnels and how aircraft designers use them to understand airflow.
Keywords: NASA Destination Tomorrow; Simulator; Aircraft; Scale Model; Testing; Research; Wind Tunnel; Performance Characteristics; Airflow; Fan; Open Return Wind Tunnel; Closed Return Wind Tunnel; Difuser; Test Section; Water; Nitrogen; Helium; Gases
|NASA Destination Tomorrow - DT15 - Titan - NASA LaRC Office of Education|
NASA Destination Tomorrow Segment exploring a newly discovered moon called Titan that revolves around the planet Saturn.
Keywords: NASA Destination Tomorrow; Atmosphere; Spacecraft; Carbon; Saturn; Titan; Moon; Nitrogen; Chemicals; Life Building Blocks; Universe Hotspots; Celestial Bodies; Solar System; Raw Materials; Probe; Prebiotic; Dense; Methane; Organic Molecules; Weather; Clouds; Rain; Ice; Energy Source; Data; Gases; Gravity
|NASA Why? Files - The Red Planet - NASA LaRC Office of Education|
NASA Why? Files segment exploring planet Mars, or the red planet, and explaining the environment and atmosphere of Mars.
Keywords: NASA Why? Files; The Red Planet; Robotic Airplane; Winds; Iron; Lowlands; Highlands; Volcanoe; Canyon; Thin Atmosphere; Cold; Dry; Nitrogen; Argon; Carbon Dioxide; Gas; Mars; Martian; Atmosphere; Environment; Plants; Animals
|NASA SCI Files - Mars - NASA LaRC Office of Education|
NASA Sci Files segment exploring Mars and how it is similar and different than the Earth.
Keywords: NASA Sci Files; Earth; Gravity; Mars; Tourist Attraction; Canyon; Crater; Solar System; Planet; Water; Liquid; Frozen; Seasons; Axis; Polar Ice Caps; Atmosphere; Gas; Carbon Dioxide; Oxygen; Nitrogen; Hydrogen; Temperature; Space Suit; Common Denomenator
|NASA Destination Tomorrow - Episode 15 - NASA LaRC Office of Education|
NASA Destination Tomorrow Video containing three segments as described below. NASA Destination Tomorrow Segment exploring the function of aerobraking and how this helps reduce costs and create more room in aircraft. NASA Destination Tomorrow Segment exploring new materials technology development and how it has revolutionized the world of science and technology. NASA Destination Tomorrow Segment exploring a newly discovered moon called Titan that revolves around the planet Saturn.
Keywords: NASA Destination Tomorrow; Aerobraking; Spacecraft; Air Travel; Space Shuttle; Gravitational Field; Earth; Thrusters; Accelerate; Decelerate; Science Instruments; Atmospheric Drag; Fuel Efficient; Planet; Aerospace Engineer; Eliptical Orbit; Magellan; Venus; Mars; Global Surveyor; Oddessy; Aerocapture; Aeroshell; New Materials; Composite; Kevlar; Steel; Strong; Bullet Proof; Puncture Proof; Protective Clothing; Lightweight; Synthetic; Structures; Chemistry; High Performance; Electrical Conductivity; Armor; Glass Fiber; Flexible; Polymer; Fabrication; Molecules; Astronauts; International Space Station; Radiation; Meteorites; Aluminum; Carbon Nanotubes; Self-healing Matrix; Saturn; Titan; Moon; Nitrogen; Chemicals; Life Building Blocks; Universe Hotspots; Celestial Bodies; Solar System; Raw Materials; Probe; Prebiotic; Dense; Methane; Organic Molecules; Weather; Clouds; Rain; Ice; Energy Source; Data; Gases
|NASA Destination Tomorrow - Episode 4 - NASA LaRC Office of Education|
NASA Destination Tomorrow Video containing five segments as described below. NASA Destination Tomorrow Segment explaining how new tire tread designs and road surfaces are tested at the Aircraft Landing Dynamics Facility. NASA Destination Tomorrow Segment exploring new, lightweight materials called composite materials. The video describes NASA's use of these materials in new space craft parts that are tougher and safer than conventional materials...
Keywords: NASA Destination Tomorrow; Aircraft Landing Dynamics Facility; Tire Tread; Road Design; Hydroplane; Grooved Pavement; Automobiles; Planes; Research; Landing Systems; Runways; Components; Simulate; Weather Conditions; Steel; Aircraft; Lightweight; Composite Materials; NASA; Temperature Resistant; Advanced Materials and Processing Branch; Nano Tools; Grafite Composite; Carbon Fibers; Synthesis; Polymermatrix Resin; Glue; Microspheres; Aerodynamics; Flexible Wing; Parachute; Structure; Rigid Wing; Paraglider; Drag; Spacecraft; Tension Lines; Hang Glider; Re-entry System; Kitty Hawk; Hyper-X Program; Commercial Planes; Scram Jet; Propel; Aircraft; Space; Conventional Rockets; Technology; Astronauts; Engine Design; X-43; Air Breathing Engine; Altitude; Supersonic Combustion Ram Jet; Fan Blades; Velocity; Fuel; Thrust; Compressor; Gravity; Hydrogen; Oxygen; Orbital Velocity; Scale Model; Testing; Research; Wind Tunnel; Performance Characteristics; Airflow; Fan; Open Return Wind Tunnel; Closed Return Wind Tunnel; Difuser; Test Section; Water; Nitrogen; Helium; Gases
|NASA SCI Files - The Case of the Galactic Vacation - NASA LaRC Office of Education|
NASA Sci Files video containing the following eleven segments. NASA Sci Files segment exploring the Arecibo Observatory, what it does, and where it is located. NASA Sci Files segment explaining the different forces of motion including weightlessness, free fall, acceleration, and inertia and how they relate to space travel. NASA Sci Files segment exploring the future of space travel including people vacationing, working, and living in space...
Keywords: NASA Sci Files; Arecibo Observatory; Telescope; Radio Telescope; Radio Waves; Signals; Universe; Pulsar; Quasar; Reflector; Receiver; Electrical Signal; Control Room; Scientists; Equator; Wavelength; Optical; Atmosphere; Solar System; Galaxy; Extraterrestrial Intelligence; Artificial Signal; Forces of Motion; Free Fall; Weightlessness; Inertia; Acceleration; Parabola; Accelerometer; Space Travel; Roller Coaster; Navigation and Vehicle Health Monitoring System; Modified Bathrooms; Gravity; Zero Gravity; Exercise Equipment; Kitchen; Starship 2040; Orbit; International Space Station; Living Environment; Earth; Commander; Mars; Tourist Attraction; Canyon; Crater; Solar System; Planet; Water; Liquid; Frozen; Seasons; Axis; Polar Ice Caps; Atmosphere; Gas; Carbon Dioxide; Oxygen; Nitrogen; Hydrogen; Temperature; Space Suit; Common Denomenator; Meteors; Astroids; Water; Earth; Moon; Moon Phases; Illuminations; Revolve; New Moon; Full Moon; First Quarter; Third Quarter; Sun; Lunar Phases; Axis; Apollo; Tides; Beach; Gravitational Pull; Oceans; Century; Space; Distances; Parallax; Experiment; Student Activity; Optics; Protractor; Vertex; Angle; Data; Propulsion System; Space Radiation; Bone Mass; Chemical Rockets; Spaceship; Gases; Plasma; Magnetic Field; Exhaust; Energy; Heat; Electricity; Nuclear Power; Fusion; Thermonuclear Reaction; Technology; Arecibo Telescope; Solar System; Extra-solar Planets; Stars; Planets; Lightyears; Reflecting Telescope; Light; Dim; Betelgeuse; Giant Star; Life; Colors; Red; Blue; Temperature; Yellow; Dwarf Star; Sun; Habitable Zone; Ultraviolet Radiation; Puerto Rico; Galaxy; Orion Nebula; Hydrogen Gas; Whirlpool Galaxy; Extreme Environment; Boiling Temperature; Air Pressure; Celcius; Oxygen; Gravitational Force; Jupiter; Kilometers; Inner Planets; Mercury; Venus; Lava Flows; Helium; Saturn; Uranus; Neptune; Pluto; Astronomer; Proxima Centauri
|NASA Why? Files - The Case of the Inhabitable Habitat - NASA LaRC Office of Education|
NASA Why? Files video containing the following fifteen segments. NASA Why? Files segment explaining how astronauts adapt to a new environment like space. NASA Why? Files segment explaining how astronauts train to work and live in space where there is zero gravity. NASA Why? Files segment explaining the concept of equlibrium and how the Treehouse Detectives could maintain equlibrium in a Martian environment...
Keywords: NASA Why? Files; NASA Why? Files; Adaptation; Astronauts; Space; Altitude Sickness; Oxygen; Environment; Elevation; Sea Level; Training; Weightlessness; Free Fall; Parabola; Weightless Wonder; Airplane; Simulate; Zero Gravity; Vomit Comet; Trash Management; Module; Sunlight; Gravity; Equlilibrium; Balanced System; Mars; Habitat; Weather; Meteors; Plants; Algae; Algal Bloom; Fish; Atmosphere; Minerals; Water; Photosynthesis; Carbon Dioxide; Food Web; Consumers; Producers; Decomposers; Carnivores; Herbivores; Ominvore; Community; Survival; Bacteria; Fungi; Desert; Ocean; Food; Shelter; Reef; Lagoon; Forest; Pond; Animals; Rain Forest; Predators; Behaviors; Gravity; Outer Space; Microgravity; Earth; NASA; Gravitational Force; Boiling Point; Vacuum Pump; Martian Atmosphere; Boil; Density; Ice; Liquid Water; Water Vapor; Student Activity; Migration; Migratory Patterns; Turtles; Data; Coordinates; Food Source; Space Walk; International Space Station; Hubble Space Telescope; Neutral Bouyancy; Laboratory; Orbit; Space Suit; Radiation; Seeds; Plant Growth Chamber; Plant Reproduction; Germinate; Gases; Transpiration; Pores; Leaves; Evaporation; Condensation; Space Vehicles; Food; Nutrition; Space Seeds; Arabidopsis; Mustard Weed; Life Cycle; Control Group; Records; Reproduction; Normal Growth; Bioregenerative System; Extreme Temperature; Space Suit; Radiation; Protection; Outer Space; Air Pressure; Long Johns; Maximum Absorbency Garment; Iterative Process; Gloves; Space Station; Space Trash; Reduce; Reuse; Recycle; Trash Cans; Efficient Packaging; Progress; Hardware; Self-Sufficient; Soil; Nutrients; Terrarium; The Red Planet; Robotic Airplane; Winds; Iron; Lowlands; Highlands; Volcanoe; Canyon; Thin Atmosphere; Cold; Dry; Nitrogen; Argon